For our youngest students -- infants, toddlers, and preschoolers -- we offer Lynn Kleiner's outstanding Music Rhapsody program. This internationally acclaimed program provides a fun and stimulating learning environment that combines music and movement through song, instruments, and play, providing the perfect setting for achieving the dramatic effect on brain development proven to occur at this critical step in your child's growth. Children engage in multi-sensory activities across all learning domains, leading to developmental advances in language and literacy skills and far-reaching neurological effects.
Music Rhapsody specifically prepares students to transition into our revolutionary Simply Music® and Inner Musician® piano programs, priming them for acquiring and retaining music as a lifelong companion.
Piano and Keyboard
Our youngest piano students -- 5 and 6 year-olds -- participate in the exciting Play-a-Story program by Inner Musician®, a groundbreaking curriculum that unfolds unique musical concepts directly onto the keyboard, as students learn basic piano skills through story and the experience of their own musicality. As they are primed for our next piano program around age six, they are already playing fluently -- their rapid integration of musical concepts greatly increasing their ability to progress.
Our older piano students -- ages 6 - 106 (well, we do have a 96-year-old!) -- learn piano through Simply Music®, the revolutionary Australian-developed program that has students of ALL ages -- children, teens, adults and seniors -- playing great-sounding classical, popular, blues, and accompaniment pieces immediately -- from their very first lessons! This unique approach produces unprecedented results, and is not only becoming the new standard in entry-level music education, but is redefining music learning. In contrast to traditional learning, this breakthrough program is tactile, experiential, and multi-sensory, with students being physically, visually, and aurally fully absorbed.
Further explore Simply Music.
Your first step -- register for a Free Introductory Session
The first (required) step is for parents and adult students to attend a no-obligation Free Introductory Session (one hour long). Children over the age of eight may attend, but are not required to attend. At the Session, you will learn how we are obtaining our remarkable results, take part in a demonstration (learn a piece of music), and hear about the lesson structure, curriculum, fees, and scheduling.
We highly encourage both parents to attend the Session. There will be an opportunity to enroll in weekly lessons, though there is absolutely no obligation.
Saturday, January 6 -- 2:00pm
Thursday, January 11 -- 9:00am
Saturday, January 13 -- 2:00pm
Thursday, January 18 -- 9:00am
Saturday, January 20 -- 2:00pm
Tuesday, January 23 -- 7:00pm
Saturday, January 27 -- 2:00pm
Saturday, February 3 -- 2:00pm
Voice, Guitar, 'Ukulele
Please call 310 454 1045 for more information.